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Mobility and Traffic in the 21st Century

  • Franz Mayinger

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. Stefan Bornemann, Michael Förster, Barbara Knüppel, Ingo Schmidt
    Pages 80-186
  3. Oliver Minge, Julia Schaefer, Helmut Schoenenberger, Bettina Sonnemann
    Pages 187-242
  4. Martin Büchs, Dennis Kundisch, Patricia Pyrka
    Pages 243-318

About this book


Mobility is a prime need of mankind. It is the basis not only of economical and technical but also of cultural progress. Many questions arise with respect to the development and the problems of mobility in the 21st century. This book presents the results elaborated by a project team consisting of students of the "Bayrische Elite-Akademie". They applied themselves to four main topics: - Bimodal transport system. - Mobility and transport in agglomoration areas. - Analogies of physical and virtual traffic. - How communication technologies influence the future of mobility. The book is of interest to both the industrial and the acadamic community and can also be used by students. It is directed at the group of people interested in future traffic policy in general and in traffic engineering in particular.


agglomeration mobility traffic traffic engineering transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Franz Mayinger
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  1. 1.Bayerische Elite-AkademieMünchenGermany

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